November 22, 2021

119: E 73rd Street Redevelopment with Eric Goodman

New York offers a timeless walk-through of yesteryear. Who would not want to live in historic townhouses in the 21st century? Best of both worlds, right? In this episode, Eric Goodman shares the shift in the market where the largest purchase buyers are American buyers and not bought by foreign money. Post-Covid, the market takes into consideration of privacy, safety, and security which are mostly offered in newly renovated townhouses like the 14-Million-dollar project of Eric’s company. The premium is paid from the townhouse market wherein a very large number of buyers seen are willing to pay $50-70 million price targets. More of these renovation projects and townhouse market opportunities in this episode, so better listen till the end![Learn More...]


November 15, 2021

118: The Five Fundamental Principles of Financial Planning with Curtis May

Curtis May loves numbers, perhaps as much as he loves scoring. Fortunately, ‘going pro’ on the latter quickly dissipated from his goals, because otherwise, we will not have seen Curtis become the wealth management expert that he is today. Not shying away, Curtis continues to make multiple points, financial this time, evident in his FOUR objectives of Financial Planning, FIVE areas of maximum efficiency, and the FOUR things banks want from you. He just loves racking up those numbers. Curtis believes in the fundamentals and he’s come up with FIVE major principles in creating your financial plan. It all comes down to how the value is created and how you influence that value. These are financial foundations that everyone should learn. Luckily, we have ‘the Contrarian’ himself educating us on this and setting you up in financial planning on your way to financial freedom.[Learn More...]


November 9, 2021

117: Navigating the Current Aggressive Market of Multifamily with Whitney Sewell

Multifamily is doing well right now, the rise in population and jobs increases demand for multifamily, making it a great investment while keeping cap rates low. That’s good news for owners and developers but it also creates a tough environment for investors looking to get in with potential higher cap rates tomorrow if interest rates do go up. Luckily, we have fund managers like Whitney who have an exclusive Life Bridge Capital fund with a limited window to invest. But how do you navigate this fast-paced environment right now, particularly inflation rates wreaking havoc and scaring away investors? Whitney walks us through how they prepare and deal with developers and investors alike, along with their backup plans and contingencies in this current state of the multifamily market.[Learn More...]


November 1, 2021

116: The Austin Boom and the Technical Advantages of Chinese Investing with Connie Wang

Everyone is going to Texas! But Connie has been there for 20 years. She’s seen it all. From the exodus to the growing traffic, and the migration of the world’s biggest corporations. But why Austin, Texas? Connie answers these questions and along with Big Mike, they determine the factors that have brought about this massive shift. So how does Connie separate herself in the middle of this moving market? She shares the advantages of being a Chinese investor and the inherent technical advantages when it comes to investing. Watch the episode as she breaks down everything with Big Mike![Learn More…]


October 25, 2021

115: Stress Testing Your Wealth with Ryan Parson

You heard it here first! “Don’t let the tax tail wag the wealth dog”, a Ryan Parson original. In this episode, Ryan joins one more to share his wealth of knowledge. There are many ways to navigate the changing tax environment but not only that, we have to be able to properly ‘stress test’ your investment plan. Ryan shares why pilots are particularly good at it. From wealth preservation to core values and quality questions we need to ask, there is so much to gain from this episode. Join us as we navigate this changing tax world. Watch it now![Learn More…]


October 19, 2021

114: Simple CFO Solutions: A Fractional CFO for Your Business with David Richter

There are some businesses that are too small to have a full-time CFO, while others are too big to do without one. However, have you ever heard of fractional CFOs? In this episode, David Richter, Founder of Simple CFO Solutions, discusses Fractional CFOs, what they do, and why businesses need guidance not just to create wealth, but to retain it. He also explains how to scale a business by making profit a habit. Discover smarter financing in this episode![Learn More…]


October 11, 2021

113: Part 2: Predicting Economic Implications with Jeremy Roll

Another high-level episode with Jeremy Roll. In this episode, we jump straight into the hot topic. This time Jeremy predicts the implications of this new IRA government proposal. He shares a deep insight into the economy, touching topics on the heavy tax code in California and the two sides of the post-covid Labor coin. Finally, he closes out with some solid ATM investment advice. You won’t want to miss this episode full of great wisdom from Jeremy. Quality information and quality guests, this is what the show is all about. Watch the episode now![Learn More…]


October 4, 2021

112: Going Where the Money is with Jay Conner

Jay started his first real estate investment way back in 2003. At the turn of every decade, Jay remained resilient and established himself as a reputable authority in real estate private lending. His rich experience gifted him a nose for sniffing out golden opportunities, having rehabbed up to 450 houses. Even better, he also developed the ‘golden touch’ in creating unlimited potentials in private money. Like in his new book, where he directs you exactly where the money is. And believe me, he’s been around the game long enough to know. Watch the episode and find out why Jay is the Authority in Private Money! [Learn More…]


September 27, 2021

111: Real Estate Predictability with Jeremy Roll

Jeremy Roll, president of Roll Investment Group, discusses the importance of certain real estate strategies, including the ability to evaluate deals carefully, making ‘predictions’ based on data, and most importantly, working with the right people. This discussion was so insightful that it will require a part two! Be sure to tune in![Learn More…]


September 14, 2021

110: Raising our Freedom Index with Dr. David Phelps

Today we are joined by the founder of Freedom Founder himself, Dr. David Phelps. A good friend and even better portfolio manager. David also provides valuable wisdom and insight into the five variables of what he calls the Freedom Index. He goes on how to raise this index in our lives as well. We go on to talk about building your portfolio with intention and taking a much more guided path in Real Estate. There is much value in freedom and in this episode! Watch it now.[Learn More…]


September 7, 2021

109: The Perfect Pitch: Leveraging the Values of Emotion with Ryan Pineda

The main goal is to ADD VALUE. As a former professional baseball player, Ryan brings with him a competitive edge. Or rather, that hunger to always be better. He understood right away the value of setting their fund apart: doing things no one else does. A lot of that involved a genuine appeal to people’s emotions. From investors to emotional paychecks to social media, Ryan can put together quite a pitch for his fund. Join us in this episode and listen to Ryan swing for it and give us a home run.[Learn More…]


August 31, 2021

108: Passive Investment Strategies That Work with Sam Silverman

We’re delighted to have Sam Silverman with us in this week’s episode! Sam is the CEO of Silverman Capital, one of the fastest growing private multi-asset alternative investment firms, based in Tampa, Florida. Mike and Sam discuss Sam’s transition from single family to fully passive investing, his investment strategies, and key factors when choosing a partner. These and more will be covered in this week’s episode, so don’t miss out![Learn More…]


119: E 73rd Street Redevelopment with Eric Goodman

New York offers a timeless walk-through of yesteryear. Who would not want to live in historic townhouses in the 21st century? Best of both worlds, right? In this episode, Eric Goodman shares the shift in the market where the largest purchase buyers are American buyers and not bought by foreign money. Post-Covid, the market takes into consideration of privacy, safety, and security which are mostly offered in newly renovated townhouses like the 14-Million-dollar project of Eric’s company. The premium is paid from the townhouse market wherein a very large number of buyers seen are willing to pay $50-70 million price targets.

More of these renovation projects and townhouse market opportunities in this episode, so better listen till the end!

HIGHLIGHTS OF THE EPISODE

01:00 – Eric’s background
05:21 – Transforming Comparable Assets
06:40 – Single-family to Multifamily Real Estate
11:57 – Redevelopment path: Cost, Components, Equity Investment
14:46 – Pre-Covid to Post-Covid environment: Privacy, Safety, and Security
15:55 – First newly renovated double wide assets
18:29 – 14-Million-dollar renovation project
19:00 – Importance of first-class development team
21:02 – Dealing with LPC
26:04 – Shifting Market in New York
28:34 – Coming back to Basis

Know what’s in today in the townhouse market of New York and learn more about equity investment! Join us in this episode and be sure to check out www.tempofunding.com.

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